Yes and no. Right and left. Up and down. A third answer perhaps, a fourth, a fifth? Maybe. In between. Cloudy. Uncertain. Different answers than your own, lessons to learn and relearn, time stands still to be immersed in it fully, without explanation.
The World I Live In, by Mary Oliver
“I have refused to live
locked in the orderly house of
reasons and proofs.
The world I live in and believe in
is wider than that. And anyway,
what’s wrong with Maybe?
You wouldn’t believe what once or
twice I have seen. I’ll just
tell you this:
only if there are angels in your head will you
ever, possibly, see one.”